Month: September 2013

Sheridan Dentist Explains the Condition of Dry Mouth

Sticky and dry might be an appropriate state of being for a post-it note, but this is not a feeling you’d want in your mouth. If you have dry mouth, you may find yourself parched with thirst and battling sticky saliva that is a purely unpleasant viscosity. Dry mouth also often goes hand-in-hand with bad… Read more »

Sheridan Dentist Helps Patients Gain Awareness of Stress and Dental Health

You are probably aware of when you’re stressed, but have you ever wondered what signs might show that your mouth is stressed?  There are some tell-tale characteristics of wear-and-tear on your teeth, jaw, and gingival tissues that could warrant attention. Your Sheridan dentist, Dr. Donald Coon, will tell you more about stress and your mouth…. Read more »

Sheridan Dentist Connects TMJ Disorder and Fibromyalgia

Finding the underlying cause of orofacial pain can be frustrating. The symptoms caused by TMJ disorder (TMD) can mimic other diseases and conditions, from sinus infections to Lyme disease. A relationship between TMD and fibromyalgia has been uncovered over the last decade. Your Sheridan dentist, Dr. Donald Coon discusses the link between the two conditions.

Sheridan, WY Dentist Explains Gum Disease

Imagine a beautiful picture without a frame. Would it look nearly as nice? And how could you hang it on your wall. Some things are enhanced by frames. You may not realize it, but your teeth are on that list. If your smile wasn’t framed by that symmetrical pink gum tissue, what would it look… Read more »